Geographic literacy in elementary schools sparked by PuzzleMap, a program developed by WSU Tri-Cities professor and her father.
WSU Tri-Cities partnered with Corporate Pointe Developers who agreed to build the apartments on the university campus in an effort to provide students with an on-campus housing option.
Biologist Stephanie Porter urges conference organizers to consider the needs of colleagues who can’t attend gatherings because they’re caring for children.
Taylor Hermsen is examining the ecological impact as well as the complex social and cultural influence the wine industry has had on the state since the end of prohibition.
Faculty and staff are invited to volunteer to read scholarship applications.
February is a transitionary month – a bridge from winter to early spring that typically starts out cold and ends with milder temperatures.
The proposed increase of 2.8 percent is equivalent to the increase in the 2017 Consumer Price Index.
The nomination process is open through March 23, and winners will be announced on May 10 during APAC’s monthly meeting.
Fly on the Wall is a collection of interviews by sculptor and Fine Arts Chairman Squeak Meisel, who explores the discipline of art: “A lot of what an artist does is frame something in a way that you wouldn’t necessarily think to frame it.”
Esther Rugoli grew up on a subsistence farm in rural Africa and was encouraged to study medicine but chose agricultural biotechnology instead.
Currently being used in PyeongChang to provide immersive viewing experiences, the technology is set for a series of public demonstrations on the Pullman campus.
Watch your office mailboxes for the Spring 2018 issue of Washington State Magazine.
Concerned that interpretations of ancient writings in Náhuatl, the language of the Aztec Empire, were incomplete, doctoral student Miriam Fernandez’s research soon took her in new directions.
Take a stroll through 2017 with this highlight reel produced by WSU Photo Services.
Washington State University recently sent nine students to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration for the opportunity to learn, network and celebrate the contributions of women in computing.
The Law Award recognizes outstanding teaching by faculty on all campuses who teach courses in the University Common Requirements curriculum.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to work with students in preparation to meet with recruiters when they come to campus.